Internet Sensation ‘Doge’ Meme Dog Kabosu Dies at 18

Kumail Shah
Internet Sensation 'Doge' Meme Dog Kabosu Dies at 18

Internet sensation dog known for the ‘Doge’ meme, Kabosu, dies at 18,  her owner wrote in a blog post. She mentioned that Kabosu peacefully passed away at 7:50 AM.

In her blog post, she wrote, “We will be holding a farewell party for Kabo-chan on Sunday, May 26th. It will be held at Flower Kaori in Kotsu no Mori, Narita City, from 1 pm to 4 pm. If you are coming by car, please park in a nearby parking lot as there is no parking on site. We are hoping to hold a fun farewell party at Sakura Furusato Hiroba when the weather gets cooler. This was just a quick update. Thank you all so much! We are truly grateful.”

The owner also revealed that the night before Kabosu died, she “ate her rice and drank plenty of water, as usual.” She died peacefully and quietly in her sleep the next day as her owner stroked her.

In the blog, it was revealed that Kabosu “was the happiest dog in the world,” and the owner felt like they were the “happiest person to have her.” Even now, Kabosu’s owner acknowledges that she is smiling, wagging her tail, and staying close to them.

According to her owner, Kabosu was diagnosed with leukemia and liver disease in 2022.

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The viral meme picture of Kabosu inspired the creation of dogecoin (DOGE) in 2013, originally starting as a joke currency. The success of DOGE led to the emergence of a variety of dog-themed tokens such as shiba inu (SHIB) and floki (FLOKI), which have collectively become one of the industry’s largest sectors.

“Today, Kabosu, our community’s beloved friend and source of inspiration, peacefully passed away in the arms of her person,” the official cryptocurrency account posted on X.

Dogecoin also announced, “She was a being who knew only happiness and limitless love.” They spoke about Kabosu’s immense popularity, stating that her impact “across the world is immeasurable.” They urged people to continue her legacy and to “keep her spirit and her family in your heart.”

“We are all fortunate for hers to have touched and shaped ours,” the post concluded.

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